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On the 21 May, I wrote you a very long Letter, on the Subject of foreign Affairs in general, and...
To His Excellency Count de Vergennes, Minister & Secretary of State for foreign Affairs: At the...
LS : Yale University Library By one of the latest Ships from America, We had the Pleasure of...
(I) LS and copy : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères; AL (draft): Massachusetts...
ALS : Massachusetts Historical Society I thank you for the Information you give me of Mr. Lee’s...
AL : Bibliothèque nationale Voici, mon cher Maitre, deux Exercices de plus:— L’un est la Suite de...
Two copies: American Philosophical Society My son Mr William Vernon Junr. (a Pupil of your Friend...
Your two favors of the 23d & 24th Ultimo came to hand yestrday evening. Lieut. Col. Wheelok, who...
After Observing the Troops in Motion on the ev’ning of the second I immediatly dispatchd a person...
I received yestrday evening your favor of the 3d Inst. In a letter lately written to Gen. Bayley...
I have recd your favr of the 5th and am obliged by your ready compliance with my orders and the...
I had the honor of receiving yours of the 2d at this place. I have forwarded the Brevet to Capt....
I returned to this place from Elizabeth Town upon hearing that the Enemy had gone up the North...
I received yours dated the 5th at West Point early this morning. I was yesterday on my way...
I have to acknowlege the reciept of your two favors of the 2d & 5th Inst. I do not doubt but that...
By reason of Sickness and other causes, Col. Poor’s Regiment is considerably reduc’d—And as there...
On receipt of this letter you will proceed with the Brigade under your Command to middle Brook,...
I had the pleasure of receiving yours by Capt. Le Brun—at this place. The spare ammunition of the...
Letter not found: from Joseph Reed, 7 Dec. 1778. On 12 Dec., GW wrote Reed : “Your favor of the...
Letter not found: from John Sullivan, 7 Dec. 1778. On 20 Dec., GW wrote Sullivan : “I have your...